Radical Perspectives on the Sixties: a Teach-in and Intergenerational Dialogue

Event Dates: 
06/16/18

Sat. June 16th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm UW-Madison, Union South. Radical Perspectives on the Sixties: a Teach-in and Intergenerational Dialogue – day-long educational event on the politics and culture of UW and Madison in the late 60s and early 70s against the background of global youth rebellion and people's struggles. Organizers are interested in talking to you about this event if you were involved with the Vietnam antiwar movement, left political organizations, the UW Black Strike and the local Black Power Movement and Civil Rights Movements, the May 1969 "Battle of Miffland" (i.e. First Mifflin Block Party/Mifflin Street Riot), local women's liberation and feminist groups, local labor organizing from early TAA and MULO to SLAC and onward, LBGTQ organizing, Wisconsin Native American struggles, environmental activist initiatives (e.g. early Earth Day observances), and successor movements of the 1980s and 90s such as Anti-Apartheid, Central American anti-intervention, anti-nuclear, anti-Gulf War, etc. Info? #608-284-9082.